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1. Project

by D.Toreli

2. AEOLOS ? 6a+|6b+ 10|5|12|12 25|15|30|30

by D.Titopoulos

3. ZEA 6a+|6b+|6b+|7b|6a+ 9|13|13|11|14| 25|30|28|25|30|10 3

L1: corner with many hidden jugs and balancy slab at the end

L2: Starts with small holds for 2m continuing on ramp with crimps and small corner with pockets, then left traverse in crack with the crux at the end in sloppers, finger pockets and slaby footholds

L3: Hard start on wall, then easier in big holes

L4: Slightly overhanging with small pockets and a short hard section, then an easier ramp + corner

L5: A wall with hidden holds, then an easy ramp and black wall with good holds

L6: Almost walking

by D.Titopoulos

4. STATHAKIS GIANNIS V+|VI+|VI+|VII 5c|6a+|6a+|6b+ trad. 35|25|20|25 2

L1: Starts following the diagonal ramp with good holds and good possibilities to place gear. No bolts.

L2: Starts on small roof with 1 bolt and continues by placing gear in thin cracks with difficult footwork. Then it continues on the right on crimps demanding good balance until the next bolt where there is one more crux with hidden holds and slaby footholds.

L3: Starts with crack, small pockets and sloppers passing 1 bolt followed by beautiful dihedral in red rock with opportunities to place gear until the next bolt. After passing the juggy crux continues with easy gear placements and good holds until the belay.

L4:Starts in corner with slaby footholds and crimps without opportunity for placing gear until the bolt (one more bolt to be added), following on a slab without gear placements or bolts for two meters and then easy climbing to the belay.

Required gear: A set of nuts with double 4 and 5 and a set of friends (i.e Camalot C4) 0.4,0.5,0.75 x 2 ,1,2,3

by D.Titopoulos and M.Bachtis

5. EBNEFSI 6a|6a|5b|5b|6c 10|11|10|10|10 25|25|20|20|25

by D.Titopoulos

6. TOU LAOU V|V+|V+|VI- 5a|5c|5c|5c+ 12|13|12|11 35|35|35|30 3

L1: Small corner and then slab with good footholds. Intermediate belay at 32m to avoid the rappel in case of single pitch climbing.

L2: Small corner and then slab with good footholds. Intermediate belay at 32m to avoid the rappel in case of single pitch climbing.

L3: Small corner and then slab with good footholds. Intermediate belay at 32m to avoid the rappel in case of single pitch climbing.

L4: The most beautiful pitch! Starts with a juggy overhang and continues on easy slab for 3m entering in a fantastic open corner in red rock with small and big holds with a crux 2 bolts below the belay.

by D.Titopoulos

7. STIN YGEIA MAS 5b|6a|5c|6b 4|17|12|12 25|35|25|30

by D.Titopoulos

8. EREVNITIS 5b|6a+|5c|6b+ 12|16|9|15 30|35|20|30

by D.Titopoulos

9. KIPOUROS 5a|6a+|6a|5c|6a 12|12|14|11|12 25|25|30|25|25

by D.Titopoulos